Blog Roundup: Psychology-Based Design Tips & More

Here’s this week’s blog roundup which covers design tips, Google searches and how to write content for your landing page. Have a post you think we should cover? Send your tips over to steve@trafficjunky.com!

Let’s round it up!

Over at Neil Patel’s blog, he’s listed five psychology-based design tips to help improve engagement on your website.

He covers how fonts and colors evoke specific emotions and explains how you can apply Hick’s Law to your design. Also, reducing the number of choices available in order to increase your chances of making a sale.

The Atlantic’s Olga Khazan has a fascinating interview with former Google data scientist Seth Stephens-Davidowitz who has analyzed tons of search data in order to take a deeper look into sex and relationships.

You’ll particularly want to read the passage which details men’s insecurities – A very useful piece of information if you’re advertising male enhancement products.

Furthermore, our friends at PornHub Insights have written-up a fantastic breakdown of how traffic was affected by the 2017 NBA Finals.

Finally, the Hubspot Blog has listed nine ways emotion and word count affects your landing pages.

Most noteworthy – how choosing your words wisely will help you write engaging marketing content. Ultimately, more engagement will equal more sales!

That’s it for this week’s roundup, as always make sure to bookmark our blog and follow TrafficJunky on all social media!

 

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